History of Linguistics 2005

Selected papers from the Tenth International Conference on the History of the Language Sciences (ICHOLS X), 1–5 September 2005, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

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As each period in the history of the language sciences has chosen to focus on different key questions, the study of that history promises to open our eyes to the variety of interesting questions that can be asked, and answered – taking off the blinders of contemporary preoccupations. September 1–5, 2005, linguists from twenty-five countries gathered at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to share their passion for the history of their discipline. This volume is a distillation of many fine contributions from that conference, shedding light on the many different approaches to the study of language.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
Douglas A. Kibbee
ix–x
The natural: Its meanings and functions in the history of linguistic thought
John E. Joseph
1–23
On grammatical gender as an arbitrary and redundant category
Marcin Kilarski
24–36
Penser l'espace, penser l'espèce: Modélisation des affinités linguistiques
Carita Klippi
37–49
On the origins of the participle as a part of speech
Pierre Swiggers and Alfons Wouters
50–66
Grammar as a liberal art in antiquity
Anneli Luhtala
67–79
Priscian's pedagogy: A critique of the Institutio de nomine et pronomine et verbo
Daniel J. Taylor
80–88
L'horizon de retrospection du Mithridate de Conrad Gessner (1555)
Bernard Colombat
89–102
Montaigne's view of skepticism and language in the Essais
Danilo Marcondes
103–111
Competing models for a 17th century universal language: A study of the dispute between George Dalgarno and John Wilkins
Joseph L. Subbiondo
112–119
La notion d'unité sonore dans les grammaires françaises des 17ème et 18ème siècles
Jean-Marie Fournier
120–130
Une "Grammaire générale et raisonnée" en 1651 (1635?): Description et intérpretation d'une découverte empirique
Sylvian Auroux et Francine Mazière
131–155
'Analogy': The history of a concept and a term from the 17th to the 19th century
Gerda Haßler
156–168
Une écriture de l'histoire: La Lettre à M. Pinglin sur l'histoire de la science grammaticale
Valérie Raby
169–182
Quels facteurs (linguistiques ou historiques) considérer dans l'accord en français? Étude de certains cas dans le Journal de la langue française (1784) d'Urbain Domergue
E-Jung Choi
183–196
Nicolas Beauzée: La clé inexploitée de la phonétique française
Christophe Rey
197–211
Colonialism, scientific expeditions and linguistics in 19th century Brazil
Cristina Altman
212–227
The concept of civilization in historic Brazilian linguistics
Eduardo Guimarães
228–235
The European linguistic tradition and early missionary grammars in Central and South America
Manuel Breva-Claramonte
236–251
Steinthal and the limits of etymology: The special case of Chinese
T. Craig Christy
252–261
An epistemological assessment of the Neogrammarian movement
Jean Leroux
262–273
Privileged languages and others in the history of historical-comparative linguistics
Hans Henrich Hock
274–287
The nationalist turn: Dutch linguistics and German philosophy in the 18th and early 19th centuries
Gijsbert Rutten
288–307
Représentations de l'autre: L'italien et les Italiens dans quelques dictionnaires bilingues des XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles
Nadia Minerva
308–320
L'utile et l'agréable dans les méthodes familières et autres ouvrages utilisés pour l'apprentissage du français aux Pays-Bas (XVIIIe-XIXe siècles)
Marie-Christine Kok-Escalle
321–323
La reformulation dans la lexicographie des XVIe-XIXe siècles: L'emergence de la syntaxe française
Rachele Raus
333–343
Words and concepts for child language learning in late 19th versus late 20th century America
Margaret Thomas
344–355
La lexicologie, un savoir scolarisable?
Sonia Branca-Rosoff et Dan Savatovsky
356–371
Aspects de la linguistique prescriptive: Les perceptions des vocabulaires de specialité à travers des dictionnaires français (XIXe et XXe s.)
Danielle Candel
372–385
Semantique et analogie dans la tradition grammaticale arabe: La valeur des formes verbales
Georgine Ayoub
386–403
Meaning by collocation: The Firthian filiation of corpus linguistics
Jacqueline Léon
404–415
Kristeva on the encyclopedists: Linguistics, semanalysis, and the epistemology of Enlightenment science
Katherine Arens
416–431
La preuve de Gaifman: Réflexions sur la méthode de construction des grammaires catégorielles
Béatrice Godart-Wendling
432–440
Name index
441–446
Subject index
447–451
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFA – Philosophy of language
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2007037110